TO Coaassrosomers Laarisas.—A Pilgrimage of Science; Iceland; South African Depression ; Cattle Plague In the East ; Channel Swimmers; The Shia Saddle Sesmiological Forecasts; Motor-Car Llevelopusent ; Ministate Rifles and the King's Prise ANGLING.—Potted Char and Char Pie ; Tb
OF ALL THE TROPHIES which an Anglo-Indian sportsl•-•• man may covet, the head of a bull yak is, perhaps, with the exception of an Ovis Polii's horns, the most difficult to secure. I may at once state that the yak himself, when found, offers very little obstacle to a successful s
Ora of the n oat inteiesting eve Ida in the Southdown world tilts seamen will be the dispersion on Aug. 18 of the old-established flock at Buckland, Faringdon, the property of Sir N. W. Throckmorton. Established more than a century ago, the Buckland flock is one of the oldest, p
Many Improvements. Large (Net Olasser. l Variable Diabbragms. (Vaciner.) Tho Body tuned from a casting all in one piece, absolute rigidity is acme& UT BUT 1083101 PRIM EIZOCIILABS WHEN THE "AITCHISON," LONDON-NADI. ARE CHEAPEST AND BEST ?
eIIUALAKEr ' JOHN RY. THE NEW ROUTE to the far-famed and the only rail route to the dehghtful summer re s orts and Sabine grounds north of Quebec and to Lake St John and Chicoutimi, through the CANADIAN ADIRONDACK& Trains connect at Chicoutimi with Saguenay ateamers for Tadousao,